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[texts]Massachusetts School of Optometry night courses and calendar (Volume 1918-19) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
The New England College of Optometry catalog collection contains College catalogs from 1895-1922, 1932, 1936, and 1939-2008, though not always in a consecutive run. The catalogs typically include a list of instructors, the school’s mission, programs of study, academic calendar, and tuition fees. Later versions also included requirements for admission, information on school facilities (including labs, clinics, and the library), and course descriptions.
Keywords: Klein Optical School; New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; Universities and colleges--Curricula--Catalogs
Downloads: 40
[texts]Massachusetts School of Optometry annual announcement and catalogue (Volume 1919-20) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
The New England College of Optometry catalog collection contains College catalogs from 1895-1922, 1932, 1936, and 1939-2008, though not always in a consecutive run. The catalogs typically include a list of instructors, the school’s mission, programs of study, academic calendar, and tuition fees. Later versions also included requirements for admission, information on school facilities (including labs, clinics, and the library), and course descriptions.
Keywords: Klein Optical School; New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; Universities and colleges--Curricula--Catalogs
Downloads: 45
[texts]Massachusetts School of Optometry annual announcement and catalogue (Volume 1921-22) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
The New England College of Optometry catalog collection contains College catalogs from 1895-1922, 1932, 1936, and 1939-2008, though not always in a consecutive run. The catalogs typically include a list of instructors, the school’s mission, programs of study, academic calendar, and tuition fees. Later versions also included requirements for admission, information on school facilities (including labs, clinics, and the library), and course descriptions.
Keywords: Klein Optical School; New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; Universities and colleges--Curricula--Catalogs
Downloads: 45
[texts]Massachusetts School of Optometry class banquet (Volume 1924) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
The New England College of Optometry commencement and awards ceremony program collection contains programs from commencement ceremonies and various awards ceremonies from 1924, 1936, 1947, 1970, 1983, and 1992 forward. The awards ceremony programs are not available for every year, and the 1995 commencement program is missing.
Keywords: Klein Optical School; New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; Universities and colleges--Awards; Commencement ceremonies
Downloads: 32
[texts]Graduation of the class of 1924, Massachusetts School of Optometry (Volume 1924) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
The New England College of Optometry commencement and awards ceremony program collection contains programs from commencement ceremonies and various awards ceremonies from 1924, 1936, 1947, 1970, 1983, and 1992 forward. The awards ceremony programs are not available for every year, and the 1995 commencement program is missing.
Keywords: Klein Optical School; New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; Universities and colleges--Awards; Commencement ceremonies
Downloads: 80
[texts]The Scope (Volume February 1929) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 60
[texts]The Scope (Volume December 1929) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 44
[texts]The Scope (Volume December 1930) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 50
[texts]The Scope (Volume October 1930) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 61
[texts]The Scope (Volume May 1930) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 55
[texts]The Scope (Volume April 1931) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 42
[texts]The Scope (Volume Year Book 1931) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals; Yearbooks
Downloads: 83
[texts]The Scope (Volume February 1931) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 68
[texts]The Scope (Volume June 1932) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals; Yearbooks
Downloads: 81
[texts]The Scope (Volume June 1933) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals; Yearbooks
Downloads: 74
[texts]The Scope (Volume Spring Issue 1933) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 84
[texts]The Scope (Volume June 1934) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals; Yearbooks
Downloads: 58
[texts]The Scope (Volume January 1935) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 49
[texts]The Scope (Volume March 1935) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 81
[texts]The Scope (Volume November 1936) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 44
[texts]The Scope (Volume March 1936) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 48
[texts]The Scope (Volume January 1936) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 61
[texts]Massachusetts School of Optometry bulletin (Volume 1936-37) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
The New England College of Optometry catalog collection contains College catalogs from 1895-1922, 1932, 1936, and 1939-2008, though not always in a consecutive run. The catalogs typically include a list of instructors, the school’s mission, programs of study, academic calendar, and tuition fees. Later versions also included requirements for admission, information on school facilities (including labs, clinics, and the library), and course descriptions.
Keywords: Klein Optical School; New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; Universities and colleges--Curricula--Catalogs
Downloads: 49
[texts]The Scope (Volume February 1936) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 68
[texts]The Scope (Volume September 1936) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 56
[texts]Graduation exercises of the Massachusetts School of Optometry (Volume 1936) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
The New England College of Optometry commencement and awards ceremony program collection contains programs from commencement ceremonies and various awards ceremonies from 1924, 1936, 1947, 1970, 1983, and 1992 forward. The awards ceremony programs are not available for every year, and the 1995 commencement program is missing.
Keywords: Klein Optical School; New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; Universities and colleges--Awards; Commencement ceremonies
Downloads: 72
[texts]The Scope (Volume October 1936) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 71
[texts]The Scope (Volume April 1936) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 76
[texts]Massachusetts School of Optometry bulletin (Volume 1937-38) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
The New England College of Optometry catalog collection contains College catalogs from 1895-1922, 1932, 1936, and 1939-2008, though not always in a consecutive run. The catalogs typically include a list of instructors, the school’s mission, programs of study, academic calendar, and tuition fees. Later versions also included requirements for admission, information on school facilities (including labs, clinics, and the library), and course descriptions.
Keywords: Klein Optical School; New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; Universities and colleges--Curricula--Catalogs
Downloads: 42
[texts]The Scope (Volume March 1937) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 44
[texts]The Scope (Volume February 1937) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 63
[texts]The Scope (Volume November 1937) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 58
[texts]The Scope (Volume January 1937) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 52
[texts]The Scope (Volume April 1937) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 67
[texts]The Scope (Volume September 1937) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 82
[texts]The Scope (Volume December 1938) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 70
[texts]The Scope (Volume October 1938) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 77
[texts]The Scope (Volume January 1938) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 48
[texts]The Scope (Volume May 1938) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 47
[texts]The Scope (Volume September 1938) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 52
[texts]The Scope (Volume February 1938) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 66
[texts]The Scope (Volume January 1939) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 47
[texts]The Scope (Volume December 1939) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 78
[texts]The Scope (Volume March 1939) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 54
[texts]The Scope (Volume September 1939) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 63
[texts]The Scope (Volume October 1939) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 39
[texts]The Scope (Volume November 1939) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
Downloads: 71
[texts]Bulletin of the Massachusetts School of Optometry (Volume 1939-40) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
The New England College of Optometry catalog collection contains College catalogs from 1895-1922, 1932, 1936, and 1939-2008, though not always in a consecutive run. The catalogs typically include a list of instructors, the school’s mission, programs of study, academic calendar, and tuition fees. Later versions also included requirements for admission, information on school facilities (including labs, clinics, and the library), and course descriptions.
Keywords: Klein Optical School; New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; Universities and colleges--Curricula--Catalogs
Downloads: 56
[texts]The Scope (Volume June 1940) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
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[texts]The Scope (Volume September 1940) - Massachusetts School of Optometry
According to an article by student Abraham Shapiro in the 1952 Massachusetts College of Optometry yearbook, The Scope was organized as a self-sustaining periodical written and published by and for the student body. “Its subject matter included articles, solicited from [persons] in the various fields associated with or in optometry, class items, and an almost perpetual series of editorials expressing the feelings of the students concerning the big controversy of the day – professionalism vs...
Keywords: New England College of Optometry; Massachusetts School of Optometry; Massachusetts College of Optometry; Optometry; College students; Universities and colleges; Student newspapers and periodicals
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